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ATP, International Tennis Federation partnering on Davis Cup

Great Britain v Kazakhstan - Davis Cup by Rakuten Group Stage 2022 Glasgow

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 18: A general view of the doubles match between Neal Skupski of Great Britain and Joe Salisbury of Great Britain Aleksander Nedovyesov and Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan during the Davis Cup Group D match between Great Britain and Kazakhstan at Emirates Arena on September 18, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images for LTA)

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LONDON - The Davis Cup Finals and qualifying matches will become an official part of the ATP Tour calendar in 2023 as part of a partnership between the men’s circuit and the International Tennis Federation.

The two governing bodies and promoter Kosmos Tennis will work together to try to raise the profile of the men’s team event that dates to 1900.

The ATP was given two of the six seats on a new committee overseeing the Davis Cup.

The format will remain the same as it has been since Kosmos got involved in 2018 under a 25-year deal worth $3 billion. There will be $15 million in player prize money offered next year.

The 2022 Davis Cup Finals will be held in Malaga, Spain, from Nov. 22-27.